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Prattling Away

As someone who has worked in the travel industry, lives in a foreign country, and loves to write, I’m hoping to share some of my knowledge with everyone out there. I share posts about travel to Asia, vacation ideas, as well as what it’s like to live in Japan.

Just City Life

Just City Life is a collection of lessons learnt from relocating to and living in this bustling city known as Jakarta, Indonesia. It hopes to be a resource for expats who are still getting adjusted to the city, as well as long-stayers who are looking for new and interesting things to do in Jakarta.

Expat Life & Travel Taiwan

We help you by sharing experiences of our life abroad, travel tips, and destinations in Taiwan.

A Year in Bangladesh (And travels in the region (India, Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and the United Arab Emirates)

The story of my experience of living and working in Dhaka and of travelling in Bangladesh, Nepal, India, Bhutan and the United Arab Emirates.

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Paths Unwritten

Paths Unwritten seeks to discover, document, and share ancient kingdoms and cultures from around the world, creating the guides and practical travel info you need to explore and experience these forgotten locales for yourself.

Kansai & Beyond

Kansai and Beyond is all about life in Japan, working in Japan and how it's like to travel Japan while living here. We give tips to aspiring expats, and we hope to inspire people to travel to Japan!

Trvl Diary

In our Expat Diary Blog, we write about our life as German expats in Singapore. We tell our story of how our dream to live overseas became true and share useful tips and tricks for adjusting to a new country and daily life. Such as preparation of the moving, the actual relocation, settling in, building up a social network, and daily experiences and challenges as well as the lifestyle in Singapore.

Land of Silk and Honey

My blog is about expat family life in the city of Suzhou, China, it also covers some of our family travel adventures, recipes and more.

Advantages of space structural toll station

The toll station space frame uses a small amount of steel, and the parts are factory prefabricated parts, which are easy to install and the construction time is short. It is very suitable for toll station projects with tight construction period and short-term operation. The toll station space frame is divided into bolted ball joints and welded ball joints from the structural form. The welded ball joint toll station has a large amount of field welding, which can be used for new projects. In addition, the welding ball joint toll space frame must be installed in general Therefore, the toll station with this structure requires a larger installation site and crane placement. The advantages of the toll station space frame: 1. Due to the interaction between the members of the space frame structure, it has good integrity, large spatial rigidity and very stable structure; 2. The space frame structure transfers the load by the axial force of the rods, and the material strength It is fully utilized, which not only saves steel, but also reduces its own weight; 3. Good seismic performance. Due to the light weight of the space frame structure, the seismic force generated during an earthquake is small. At the same time, the steel has good extensibility and can absorb a large amount of seismic energy. The space frame has large spatial rigidity, and the structure is stable and will not collapse, so it has excellent seismic performance; 4 、The height of the space frame structure is small, which can effectively use the space; 5. The construction speed is fast. The components of the space frame structure are largely the same in size and shape, and can be mass-produced in the factory, with good quality and high efficiency, and at the same time they do not compete with civil engineering. Therefore, the on-site workload is small and the construction period is shortened; 6. The space frame structure is lightweight. It can cover planes of various shapes, and can be designed into various body shapes with beautiful and generous appearance. 7. There are many types of space frame structures: (1) A space frame structure composed of a plane truss system. Mainly include: two-way orthogonal orthographic space frame, two-directional oblique cross diagonal space frame, two-way orthogonal diagonal space frame, three-way space frame, etc. (2) A space frame structure composed of quadrangular pyramids. Mainly include: the square pyramid space frame is placed, the square pyramid space frame is placed diagonally, the square pyramid space frame is emptied, and the checkerboard quadrangular pyramid space frame. (3) space frame structure composed of triangular pyramids. Mainly include: triangular pyramid space frame, evacuated triangular pyramid space frame, honeycomb triangular pyramid space frame, etc.

A Ben Abroad

Hello! I write about food, culture, and experiences in Vietnam. I've lived in HCMC since 2013. Please read my blog to get reviews of the best cafes, restaurants, bike tours, music, regional travel, and anything else I can think of about Saigon and Vietnam!

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Pick a peony

Hello ! I'm Anais, from the south of France. I left my native country at the age of 21 to settle in China with my Chinese husband. We now live in the fantastic megacity of Chongqing also called "the mountain city", located in the southwest of China. This blog is like my personal diary, I like to relate my discoveries about Chinese culture, traditions, food. Tell you more about how is the life in China & the student life and try as much as possible to help anybody who would like to go to China. Besides, I love to travel not only in the region of Chongqing but all around China, and I like to keep records of my journeys in this blog.

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Expatriate Life

Expatriate Life creates memes and go-to guides for expats & digital nomads in vibrant Malaysia. From living green and healthy, meeting friends and lovers, finance and personal development, we pound the pavements for you to discover the authenticity in Malaysia.

Mummy said a swear word

Misadventures and misdemeanours of mum life in Bali. Join me for laughs, tears and tantrums as I navigate our new life in Bali with two under two.

Mojomatt - Expat Life, Travel and Parties

Sharing stories about life as an expat in Thailand, all sorts of travels with a focus on fun experiences, cocktails, bars, clubs and festivals.

Random Wittering

An incomplete account of family life in Taiwan with our dim black labrador in tow.

SarahWithASmile

An outdoor enthusiast who's thriving at the expat lifestyle.

Dose of Life - Travel and lifestyle

A blog I created with my wife to share our travels and life. Lots of travel, food, and festivals.

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Taiwan Foreigner

Taiwan Foreigner is a Taiwan based travel blog for travelers and expatriates in Taiwan and Asia.

The Travelling Hams

We travel the world with twin infants in tow and write about our journeys and what we do and eat along the way. We have been expats in Australia, Austria and Cambodia. Check us out see what it's like to live in those countries or to get ideas for your next trip!

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Expat of the month:Expat life in the UK between the Brexit and the pandemic

Expat life in the UK between the Brexit and the pandemic

Angelica is originally from Verbania, Italy. It's been nearly ten years since she moved to the UK, hungry for independence and new experiences. She has also spent a year in Germany for her studies before going back to the UK and is currently in the process of obtaining British citizenship. She talks to us about living in London as an expat between Brexit and the Covid pandemic.